Spring 2019

Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 171S BIRTH OF THE WEST Have you ever wondered about the many ways in which those in the West look back to the Greeks for... Johnson, William
CLST 204 ANCIENT/MEDIEVAL EPIC Reading the major epics of antiquity in translation (Gilgamesh, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, Vergil's... Davis, N.
CLST 275 DEMOCRACY: ANCIENT AND MODERN Examines democracy in its ancient and modern forms, with special attention to Athenian and American... Atkins, Jed
CLST 284 ROMAN HISTORY From the founding of Rome by Romulus to the founding of Constantinople by Constantine: social,... Boatwright, Mary
CLST 348 CLASSICAL GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY The archaeology of the Greek citystate including its historical context. Emphasis on both themes (... Jazwa, Kyle
CLST 354 ROMAN SPECTACLE Gladiatorial games, wild beast hunts, elaborately-staged executions of condemned criminals, and... Jiménez, Alicia
Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 089S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP) Topics in classical literature and/or art and archaeology vary each semester. Instructor: Staff González, José
CLST 171S BIRTH OF THE WEST Have you ever wondered about the many ways in which those in the West look back to the Greeks for... Johnson, William
CLST 204 ANCIENT/MEDIEVAL EPIC Reading the major epics of antiquity in translation (Gilgamesh, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, Vergil's... Davis, N.
CLST 243S WOMEN IN THE CLASSICAL WORLD Dillon, Sheila
CLST 262 ANCIENT ATHLETICS The athletic festivals of the ancient Greeks and Romans are among the most enduring legacies of the... Jazwa, Kyle
CLST 271 HST ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY The pre-Socratics, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and post-Aristotelian systems. Not open to students... Ferejohn, Michael
CLST 275 DEMOCRACY: ANCIENT AND MODERN Examines democracy in its ancient and modern forms, with special attention to Athenian and American... Atkins, Jed
CLST 284 ROMAN HISTORY From the founding of Rome by Romulus to the founding of Constantinople by Constantine: social,... Boatwright, Mary
CLST 348 CLASSICAL GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY The archaeology of the Greek citystate including its historical context. Emphasis on both themes (... Jazwa, Kyle
CLST 354 ROMAN SPECTACLE Gladiatorial games, wild beast hunts, elaborately-staged executions of condemned criminals, and... Jiménez, Alicia
CLST 360 HISTORY OF THE BOOK The history of the book as physical object from its earliest forms (clay tablets, papyrus scrolls... Woods, Jennifer
CLST 540S ROMAN COINAGE New trends in Roman numismatics (from the late Republic to the early Empire, 3rd c. BCE-2nd c. CE... Jiménez, Alicia
CLST 553 GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY II The second of a two-part intensive survey of the material culture of the Ancient Greek world, this... Jazwa, Kyle
CLST 564S TOLERATION Explores the ideas of toleration, freedom of conscience, and religious liberty through a careful... Atkins, Jed
CLST 881 CHRISTIAN MANUSCRIPT CULTURE Knust, Jennifer
Number Title Course Description Instructor
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Monahan, Courtney
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Cole, Thomas
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Crews, Rex
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Stifler, David
LATIN 204 ADV INTERMEDIATE LATIN The culture of Republican and Augustan Rome: selections from Cicero, Catullus, Vergil, Horace, Ovid... Davis, N.
LATIN 304S HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY Readings in one or more Roman historical works, illuminating key themes, periods, historiographical... Boatwright, Mary
LATIN 320S OVID Course will read selections from Ovid s epic poem, Metamorphoses and/or his elegiac and exilic... Crews, Rex
LATIN 764 SEMINAR IN LATIN LIT I (TOP) Selected authors and topics. Instructor: Atkins, Boatwright, Davis, Janan, or Woods Davis, N.
Number Title Course Description Instructor
GREEK 102 ELEMENTARY GREEK Second half of Greek 101,102. Instructor: Staff Kinkade, Clinton
GREEK 204S ADV INTERMEDIATE GREEK Catenaccio, Claire
GREEK 332S GREEK DRAMA Drama. Reading and interpretation of selected plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides,... Catenaccio, Claire
GREEK 512S RHETORIC AND LIT CRITICISM Readings of rhetorical speeches and treatises (e.g. Demosthenes, Isocrates, Aristotle's Rhetoric,... Sosin, Joshua
Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 348 CLASSICAL GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY The archaeology of the Greek citystate including its historical context. Emphasis on both themes (... Jazwa, Kyle